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Tickets selling fast for Yass climate forum

The National Landcare Programme has enabled local Landcare groups around Yass, from Murrumbateman to Hovell’s Creek, to come together to discuss global warming and to explore how rural communities and farmers can contribute to ameliorating the problem while benefiting their land. These groups are organising a forum in Yass on 25th May, called ‘Join the Climate Conversation- Rural Communities Making a Difference’.

What is a Welcome to Country?

A Welcome to Country is an important part of our Cultural protocols, the process of entering into other peoples Country, to do business or visit, and has been so for at least 65,000 years.

Coastal Weeds Video

The Far South Coast Landcare Association has just released an inspiring video to showcase a project and prove that partnership, volunteers and passion can make a difference. You will also be treated to some spectacular footage of their local coastline.........

K2C Feb Mini Forum: Wetland values and biodiversity

At our most recent K2C forum on 16 Feb 2018, Donna Hazell talked on the subject Wetland values and associated biodiversity - here today...what about tomorrow? Donna is employed by South East Local Land Services but previously did her PhD on wetland ecology.

Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council Celebration Lunch 2018

On 24 Feb 2018 four members of our Landcare Group joined with scores of landcarers from the Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council area for a delicious ploughman's lunch and cider at The Old Cheese Factory, Reidsdale, part of the Celebration of the Champions of the Catchment.

Release of 2017 ACT Native Grassland Strategy and Action Plans

Natural Temperate Grasslands (NTG) are considered to be one of the most threatened Australian ecosystems, and are listed in the ACT as ‘Endangered’ and listed nationally as ‘Critically Endangered’. The ACT contains significant remnants of the remaining extent of NTG in the region. As such, our native grasslands are a priority for protection and management.

Save our Scarlet Robin Workshop, Bombala 9 Dec by Lesley Ishiyama

SATURDAY 9 DEC 2017. Twenty enthusiastic Monaro landholders attended a K2C Save our Scarlet Robin (SoSR) Workshop at Monaro Native Tree Nursery, Bombala. The workshop was organised by K2C's Lesley Ishiyama and Ryl Parker and is part of the Local Land Services, the Save our Scarlet Robin program, funded by NSW Environmental Trust.

K2C mini forum on ACT Government Weeds Strategy

8 DECEMBER Nineteen people attended the recent K2C’s mini forum to hear Steve Taylor’s presentation on “the Government’s Approach to Weed Management”. Steve along with Jenny Connolly, also present, make up the ACT Weeds Team. Between them, they direct the resources devoted to the ACT weed work, and illustrate what can be achieved by a small team of well-informed and strategically-focused people using the latest technology.

Annual General Meeting, 8 Dec 2017

The Kosciuszko to Coast Partnership held its AGM Annual General Meeting on 8 Dec 2017. This news includes the Chair's Report, including a more detailed Addenda, item reports on meeting, the K2C Incorporated President's Report, and the Auditor's report.

Common Centaury (Centaurium erythraea)

There has been some concern about the amount of Common Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) in our region this year. There have been queries about whether it is a wildflower or not, and what we have to do to control it if it is an introduced species.